When we have big feelings, or uncomfortable feelings, knowing how to respond to our own needs is important. Learning what our preferred coping skills are can help us to respond to our feelings effectively. So, this week, we are sharing a downloadable coping skills sheet, so that you can start conversations with children about how they respond to their needs.
Coping Skills Download
- Download the worksheet here
- Talk about different activities we use to feel good
- Extend it to think about which activity helps different feelings
- You might combine it with our emotions sheet here
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